15th ICHA Abstract submission form by 81ZTt02

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									     29 October -2 November 2012, Changwon, Gyeongnam, Republic of Korea



                         ABSTRACTS SUBMISSION FORM

Instructions: Complete this form in ENGLISH and save it as your
“lastname_initial.doc”. Then submit online via the 15th ICHA web site, or e-mail it to
hab2012@nfrdi.go.kr. In case, you e-mail the abstract, in the subject line of the e-
mail, please type: “15 ICHA Abstract: Your name”. In the body of the e-mail, please
type your contact information.


The abstract submission deadline is 1 June 2012. For further information, please
contact us at: hab2012@nfrdi.go.kr or hgkim@nfrdi.go.kr. Information requested in
this application is treated confidentially.

Abstract Submission

PLEASE FOLLOW THE GUIDELINES BELOW:

STEPS TO SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT
Step 1: Download the abstract submission form.
Step 2: Complete the form in ENGLISH.
Step 3: Format the abstract according to the guidelines and formatting details, which can be
found in the “abstract submission form”.
     □  Font: Times new Roman, regular, size 12
     □  Title: No more than two lines
     □  Body text: no more than 250 words
     □  No pictures, no figures, no tables, no references
     □  The total length of your submission, including title, name(s) + affiliation(s)
     of author(s), body text, should add up, electronically, to about 25 lines.

Step 4: Save the abstract form as “lastname._initial.doc”
Step 5: Send it by e-mail to hab2012@nfrdi.go.kr or submit it online here
Step 6: Submission of your abstract will be acknowledged immediately
ABSTRACT ASSESSMENT PROCESS
Abstracts will be reviewed and accepted by the Organizing Committee


By 10th August 2012 submitters will receive notification e-mails from the HAB 2012
Secretariat regarding the acceptance of their abstracts (oral or poster presentations). The
Organizing Committee and the Session conveners will accommodate authors’ preferences for
oral or poster presentations, depending on oral times ot availability and the structure of the
thematic sessions. Some of the abstracts might be moved to the Poster Session. Conversely
some poster presentations might be invited to make it oral. Session conveners reserve the
right to reject submitted abstracts that are poorly written, do not follow the submission
guidelines and/or are beyond the scope of the conference. Abstracts are only accepted from
presenting authors who have sent in the registration forms and who have paid the appropriate
registration fees. Exempted are authors who have applied for an ISSHA Travel Grant or have
been in contact with us beforehand (hgkim@nfrdi.go.kr).




ABSTRACT FORMATTING DETAILS

Enter text here. Please use this template, erase instructions and fill in your text

Select contribution:
Oral presentation
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Either oral or poster presentation

Select theme session(s):
1st choice
2nd choice



Title: Use upper and lower case bold letters. Do not use all capital letters. Title must
be centered and short.

Author(s): The author(s) names should be immediately below the title.
Underline the Presenter’s Full Name. This person is expected to present the paper. If
emergencies at the time of the meeting prohibit the participation of this designated
author, the chairperson(s) of the session must be notified as soon as possible. No more
than one oral presentation is to be given by one individual. Posters that only repeat an
oral presentation will not be accepted.
Order: First name, Last name. Separate co-authors’ full names with a comma. The last
two co-authors’ names are separated with the preposition ‘and’.
Put numbers of corresponding affiliations after the last name, in separate lines

Example:
John Smith1, Mary Shaw2, Susan Brown3 and James Young4
Affiliation: Full mailing address(es) for all co-author (s). Email address of one
corresponding author. Order: Affiliation number Organisation Name, or PO Box or House
number and Street Name, Postcode, City, Country.


Example:
1
  Hellenic Centre for Marine Research, PO Box 712, PC 19013, Attika, Greece. E-mail:
smith@ath.hcmr.gr
2
  Saint Martin's University, 5300 Pacific Avenue, PC 98503-7500, Washington, USA

Body: Text should be typed single-spaced. Paragraph alignment should be justified.
Do not skip a line between paragraphs. Use the template to format a single page in A4
document (21cmX29.7cm) with the following margin settings: Top & Bottom 2.5cm.
Left & Right 2.5cm.
Use italic and capital letters where appropriate.




                                                15th ICHA 2012 Korea Mascot

 Dr. Hak-Gyoon Kim
Chair, Local Organizing Committee
The 15th International Conference on Harmful Algae(15th ICHA 2012 Korea)
305-ho, Marine Environment Research Building, National Fisheries Research
& Development Institute, 152-1, Sirang-ri. Kijang-up, Kijang-gun, Busan,
619-705, Rep. of Korea
Tel : +82-51-720-2260; Fax: +82-51-720-2261
E-mail : hgkim@nfrdi.go.kr
Home : hgkim7592@yahoo.co.kr
www.hab2012.kr
                                  Sample Abstract

Contribution: Oral presentation
Thematic Session:
1st choice: HAB monitoring and detection including molecular and remote sensing
            technologies
2nd choice : Toxin chemistry and toxicity



      First Approach To An Okadaic Acid Amperometric Immunosensor:
                   Application To Environmental Samples

Louisa Giannoudi1, Ioanna Varkitzi1, Stavros Kakabakos2 and Kalliopi Pagou1
1
  Hellenic Centre for Marine Research, 46,7 km Athens-Sounio Avenue, Attiki,
Greece. E-mail: popi@ath.hcmr.gr
2
  Immunoassay Laboratories, I/R-RP, NCSR “Demokritos”, 153 16 Athens, Greece

In Eastern Mediterranean and more specifically in Thermaikos Gulf (Greece), most
toxin outbreaks come from the okadaic acid (OA) producer Dinophysis acuminata.
For this work, the benthic dinoflagellate Prorocentrum lima was used, which is also
producing DSP toxins.Cultures of P. lima were grown for a period of 69 days under
regular nutrient conditions. Samples collected at weekly or even less time intervals for
OA and DTX1 detection, both from the filters and the filtrate.
OA and its analogue (DTX1) are among the most widely occurring HAB toxin groups
worldwide. Their detection is mainly through HPLC, which is an inappropriate
procedure for screening or on-site testing, as it is not sensitive enough for
environmental samples. Therefore, for their detection, an amperometric sensor using
screen-printed electrodes has been coupled with antibodies that have been previously
tested with an immunoassay procedure. For the development of the sensor the
antibodies were primarily tested in ELISA and then were transferred to amperometric
electrodes. In parallel, samples from the laboratory cultures were quantified using
LC/MS. Finally, the amperometric sensor has demonstrated a simplistic way for OA
and DTX1 determination with sensitivity comparable to already existing techniques
and a potential use of the biosensor in situ.

								
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